With the abundance of 2019 Chevrolet Silverado spy shots recently, we’ve begun to see more and more of the truck’s new design. In this new round of spy photos, the camouflage barely hides some of the design’s character lines, and one looks very familiar.
Looking closely at the spy photos shows the line that sweeps from the headlight and past the mirror before it dissipates into the door. That crease is very similar to many recent Chevrolet designs and almost copies the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox. Another prominent crease shows up towards the beltline as well.
From the side, it looks as if the future Silverado will trade its flat face for a more ingressed fascia. The grille looks to slant inward, while the hood flows over it. So far, we like that look a lot. Elsewhere, yes, the square wheel arches are still gone. We say so long, others will likely miss them.
The other big news is the possibility of a carbon-fiber bed, at least for range-topping models to start. Recent reports claim GM will use the lightweight material along with aluminum and high-strength steel in a complex mixed material strategy to shave weight and increase fuel economy. There also might be a new model called Cheyenne.
It’s becoming more clear Chevrolet will take the wraps off of the 2019 Silverado very soon. Now, we do expect to see the pickup debut at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. A debut is likely just a few weeks away.